News You Can Use for September 23, 2017

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Good Morning! We here at Constitution.com want you to get your day started right, which is why we’ve decided to help you catch the morning’s news highlights. We know that you’ve got a busy day ahead and you may not necessarily have time to surf the web looking for the things you need to know, so we’ve gone ahead and done that for you.

We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Saturday, September 23, 2017.

What should be Obama’s Watergate continues to unfold without much scrutiny from the leftwing media.

The Obama administration using the considerable powers of the federal government to spy on a hated critic’s campaign sets a dangerous precedent. It provides future administrations a means to infiltrate the innermost circle of the opposition party’s presidential campaign. This merely requires the pretext of wrongdoing to engage in wrongdoing.

It also confirms something some Republicans have long suspected: Barack Obama regards his fellow Americans as the enemy. A government conducts surveillance on foreign enemies. When one conducts surveillance on domestic critics, the government shows itself as unfit to govern.

Democrat operative Valerie Plame is still trying to do damage control from her very anti-Semitic slip up on Thursday, and the media seems to be helping her cover the mess up. Thankfully, a few journalists are digging into her story and what they’ve found is very troubling (and racist) indeed.

Iran is not happy with President Trump’s recent comments about their nuclear deal, but they’re also not happy with Israel. The President of Iran says that it’s just “Not Possible” to have a secure Israel.

The Democrat Party is DYING and the media is starting to notice. TIME magazine explains that the Democrats are weaker and more divided than they’ve been in over 100 years.

The GOP is also divided, and Trump’s Alabama rally proves it.

The left still hasn’t learned any of the lessons they should have taken to heart during the 2016 election.

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) lays out a brilliant plan for the tax reform that America needs.

Megyn Kelly thinks it’s crazy how many reporters are openly and vocally biased against President Trump.

A sorority is in trouble after they were caught singing the “N-Word” at a recent party… the only problem is that they were just singing a very popular Kanye West song. Why are they in trouble? Are they not allowed to sing along to a popular song because they’re white?

The world continues to collapse into depravity as the Netherlands becomes the latest country to argue that there is a “moral duty” to abort babies with Down Syndrome.

Jimmy Kimmel’s act on healthcare is wearing thin. He’s wrong. And he’s misleading the American public.

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